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We had an extra Green Diva Meg in the house today! Our special guest Green Diva Meghan Van Dyk, the editor of the Daily Record’s Grassroots section was in the studio to help kick off our new weekly segment called, Gettin Local with the Green Divas: Wherever You Are! This segment is sponsored by the Daily Record’s Grassroots section and will focus on highlighting interesting stories and events within our community that help to illustrate and celebrate our community’s sustainability progress and share ideas with other communities around the country . . . or the world for that matter!
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FEATURED GUEST(s) – Meghan van Dyke from The Daily Record’s Grassroots station
Grassroots Meghan introduced Cara Townsend, a reporter for the Daily Record’s Grassroots Section, who reported on some of the sustainability programs in schools in the Morris County area.
As always, please visit our website for LOTS of relevant links & resources from the show - Green Divas website.
Hope you’ll listen to this broadcast!
PROGRAMMING NOTE: Mark your calendars because Jessica Alba and business partner Christopher Gavigan will be on the Green Divas Radio Show LIVE on March 31! They will be talking about their green baby and home company the Honest Company. Please post questions for them on the Green Divas Radio Show Facebook page and we’ll be sure to ask them for you!
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